I now can confirm with the updated drivers for the nvidia card (GT120+GTX480) that PProCS6 works perfectly smooth even with a lot of MagicBulletLook use (h246 and ProRes clips / 1080p25)
here are some links you might want to check:
QUADRO & GEFORCE MAC OS X DRIVER RELEASE for 10.8.2
current CUDA for 10.8.2:
Optimize rendering settings:
GPU for Resolve9 AND PremierePro CS6 in ONE system:
How To Enable GPU Cuda in Adobe CS6 for Mac:
So folks, with todays Vimeo-Post from the Editing-Crew at Conan some might say we finally will get the FCP8 we all want …desperately.
Some say (THAT POST SHOW) that we will finally see PPro CS6 at NAB this year with lost of cool stuff and (a bit) more FCP feel to it (i’ll be there…for that).
Now, we all should not make the (same) mistake some did last year with FCPX – getting too excited too quickly – but it sure looks promising!
Fact is there are not that much options left … FCP7 will get really “old school” at some point … FCPX still is pretty much a toy app (even with “all” these updates) … and AVID MC6 sure is an awesome & solid NLE but it’s really made mostly for that: Online/Offline for TV & Movies (thats why Hollywood loves it … i guess) there is no AfterEffects or Motion and stuff like that… even through its an awesome Application (don’t get me wrong!)
…so in the end the only real FCP7 replacement is / might be PremierePro.
Well we should wait and we shall see.
On a side note: I actually just started a real work project in Premiere Pro CS 5.5 … yes i know i did test that app several times and i said “it doesn’t work well on our machines” but now with the latest Blackmagic Design drivers it finally runs kinda smoothly even with 1080p25 ProRes footage … well not finished yet … but it’s looking good 😉
so anyway … as for now …
KEEP CALM AND EDIT ON!